BAR Exam Results for September 2009

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    BAR Exam results are not really from PRC but from the Supreme Court but they are included in because the site really covers exams like this.

    A total of 1,451 out of 5,903 examinees from 109 law schools have passed the bar examinations in September 2009 announced by an Associate Justice Antonio Eduardo Nachura, a chairperson of the 2009 Committee on Bar Examination.

    According to Nachura, the 71 percent passing rate was lowered compared to highest rating of 75 percent, while the disqualification grade in Taxation has been lowered from 49 percent to 45 percent.

    Prior to this announcement all the justices met to discuss the passing rate of the said bar exam headed by Assocaite Justice Eduardo Nachura. He also named all the examiners including Atty. Sixto S. Brillantes, Jr. and Atty. Jeremy I. Gatdula (Political and International Law), Court of Appeals (CA) Justice Vicente S.E. Veloso and Atty. Pablo R. Cruz (Labor and Social Legislation), Justice Alicia V. Sempio-Diy (ret.) and Court Administrator Zenaida N. Elepaño (ret.) (Civil Law), Court of Tax Appeals (CTA) Presiding Justice Ernesto D. Acosta and Atty. Edwin R. Abella (Taxation), CA Justice Ramon Paul L. Hernando and Atty. Hector Danny D. Uy (Mercantile Law), Sandiganbayan Justice Edilberto G. Sandoval and CA Justice Mario V. Lopez (Criminal Law), Sandiganbayan Justice Alexander G. Gesmundo and CA Justice Magdangal M. De Leon (Remedial Law), and Sandiganbayan Justice Samuel R. Martires and CA Justice Noel G. Tijam (Legal Ethics and Practical Exercises).

    This March 26, the list of succesful bar examinees will be shown on LCD projectors at the front gate of the Supreme Court building on Padre Faura Street, Manila. The complete list of the September 2009 Bar Exam Results will be post here after the Supreme Court releases the results.

    The Bar examinations held every September and it lasts for four Sundays were two subject assigned for each Sunday. But due to the Typhoon incident, the Supreme Court had reset the last Sunday exam to October 4, 2009.

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